Author: Millerberto

Jun
29

PREVIEW: STEAM HAMMER

A Steampunk multiplayer survival game, clearly inspired by Life is Feudal and perhaps even Rust. But does it manage to be fun?

Jun
28

REVIEW: Dawn of Andromeda

A real-time 4X space strategy game that throws free play out of the window for pre-defined missions. Sounds interesting, but how well does it excute all this?

Jun
11

REVIEW: Badass Hero

Badass Hero is a roguelite platformer set in a comic book universe, packed with a procedural generation of levels. While simple, roguelite fans will find it addictive.

Jun
07

REVIEW: The Falconers: Moonlight

The Falconers: Moonlight places the gamer in early colonial New Zealand as a horror-hunter named Cassie, whose role is to protect colonial citizens from the supernatural.

Jun
05

REVIEW: Day of Infamy

Day of Infamy is a multiplayer first-person shooter set in World War 2, but is its focus on realism and teamwork a good thing?

May
31

REVIEW: Guns of Icarus Alliance

Players looking for teamwork-based combat will find Guns of Icarus Alliance an interesting play, albeit a bit confusing at times.

May
17

REVIEW: Crisis in the Kremlin

Being able to manage a private own Soviet Union and its puppet states in a video game sounds great, but that’s it. The good bits are hindered by fundamental flaws.